Can Exercise Pump Up “Mental Muscle”?

Physical education has long been an integral part of most educational curricula, but could it actually be a key conduit to academic success? That’s the hypothesis of New York University professor Wendy Suzuki, who introduced the highly popular class“Can Exercise Change Your Brain?”” in fall 2010. [ … ]

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Using Applied Behavior Analysis to Treat Autism

The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) was established in 1990. Today, the organization incorporates 26 treatment facilities around the globe that employ some 1,500 individuals for the study and treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Although initially founded to rehabilitate children [ … ]